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TENNIS clubs usually become more popular during the Wimbledon Championships fortnight, but one in South London has incurred the wrath of thousands of people.
Magdalen Park Lawn Tennis Club, near Wandsworth Common, provoked fury from residen... read on
AFC Wimbledon snatched a narrow 2-1 win over Sutton thanks to an 82nd-minute winner from 19-year-old Chace Jacquart.
The teenager capitalised when Dannie Bulman's 25-yard piledriver was pushed to him by Sutton keeper Tom Lovelock.
The Dons academy graduate was then able to smash the ball into the bottom corner to seal victory.
But the win had not looked so likely for long stretches of the match.
Bayo Azeez had given the hosts the lead in the 20th minute when he capitalised on a loose ball and drove past Lovelock from a narrow angle.
But Kane Haysman was gifted the ball four minutes before the break and found the bottom corner with pinpoint accuracy to level the scores.
Boss Neal Ardley made five substitutions shortly after the hour and it was the Dons' greater energy which ultimately made the difference, as the plucky visitors began to tire and Jacquart's strike was one among several chances which they should have converted.
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The teenager capitalised ... read on
CRYSTAL Palace right-back Jack Hunt is set to join Nottingham Forest on loan.
The full-back will join Stuart Pearce's side for the first ha... read on
RICHARD Shaw believes that he squeezed every last ounce of ability out of himself during a 22-year playing career.
Now the distinguis... read on
ONE of the first people Jack Smith met after joining AFC Wimbledon was his former Millwall team-mate Andy Frampton.
Ex-Lions striker Adebayo Akin... read on
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